The doctors at Princeton Radiology are specialists of interpreting images of the body.  In fact, they are 21 of the most experienced imaging specialists in the country.  But what’s even better for our patients is that each of our expert radiologists also has sub-specialized training in specific radiological imaging modalities and different areas of the body. 

This means that when you come to Princeton Radiology for your imaging study, not only do you have the latest imaging technology delivering the most accurate images of the body possible today, but you have world class doctors with sub-specialty training looking out for your specific needs.

  • Neurological Imaging - studies of the brain/head, neck and spine.
  • Musculoskeletal Imaging – studies of shoulders, knees, hands, and ligaments, including sports related injuries.
  • Cardiovascular & Interventional – studies of the heart to manage cardiovascular disease, including MRI, Cardiac CT Angiography, and Echocardiography.
  • Body Imaging – studies of the kidneys, liver, pancreas and other organs.
  • Nuclear Medicine (including PET/CT scanning) - studies involving radiopharmaceuticals to determine biological changes in the body.
  • Breast Imaging – studies of the breast performed using one or more of the following modalities: Digital Mammography, MRI, CT, and/or Ultrasound.
  • General Diagnostic –studies including X-ray, MRI, CT and Ultrasound.

 

Sub-Specialties
Princeton Radiology doctors have sub-specialty training in the following areas:
Neurological Imaging
Musculoskeletal Imaging
Cardiovascular & Interventional
Body Imaging
Nuclear Medicine (SPECT/CT)
Breast Imaging
General Diagnostic
 
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